About Kristy A. Frick, MS CRC LPC
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, a Compassionate Bereavement Specialist and am a member of WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health) and GIVE AN HOUR, an organization designed to provide free high quality therapy for our veterans and their families.
I love to learn how to better serve my clients and I am continuously reading, researching and training in Mindfulness, Trauma, Gender Identity and Diversity, Grief, Sex/Sexual Concerns, and Cultural Competency.
We may be a good fit if you are looking for a therapist who is passionate about the following:
My goal is to help each client explore their thoughts, beliefs and emotional patterns through a lens of non-judgmental curiosity and kindness. In our sessions, we may discuss coping strategies, healthy decision-making, boundary-setting, body confidence, motivation, self-awareness, self-care and topics you bring to session. My therapy style is conversational and experiential and can include ego work, meditation, movement and the occasional homework assignment.
My hope is to provide a safe space for you to feel comfortable to do the work it takes to reach your goals. The heart of my work is in the present moment, and I place great value on compassion and kindness.
I also have a passion for supporting new and upcoming therapists through Individual and Group Supervision. If you are in need of this service, please reach out.
Beyond counseling, I love reading, baking, playing ukulele, listening to vinyl, crafting, exercise, outdoors, and spending time with my friends and family, which includes my partner and our rescued dog, Finn.
Kristy A. Frick, MS CRC LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor